The seven parts of our logo, designed by Zo Yazzie, represent the seven generations which guide our work. The circle represents the unceasing ties between our Nations, art, medicines, and ceremonies, as well as our health as individuals and communities. It is with the memories of our ancestral pasts, where our Two Spirit people were highly regarded and integral to our villages, and the thoughts and dreams of our (Re)Membered futures, that we restore our places in the circle.
The Paths (Re)Membered Project at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board is supported by funding from the Indian Health Service and the Minority HIV/AIDS Fund. The mission to protect the health and wellbeing of 2SLGTQ+ Indigenous people, including the provision of gender-affirming care by sovereign Nations for its citizens, is supported by the NPAIHB delegates/directors representing the 43 Federally-Recognized tribes of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho through multiple signed resolutions.